Explore The

Bay

Explore Georgian Bay and
the Nottawasaga

On The Water

Fourteen kilometers of freshwater beach and access to over 20 kilometers of the Nottawasaga River. Canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding are all common ways that people explore the Nottawasaga and the bay on calmer days, but if you are looking for a bit more speed or to get out on the bay, power boats and jet-skis are also very popular in our area. The bay and the Nottawasaga are also popular fishing locations for local anglers.

Boat Launches

Wasaga Beach has many boat launches for any watercraft to get in the water.
Municipal Boat Launch
2nd Street off Mosley Beach Area 1/2
  • Motor
  • Personal Watercraft
  • Canoe, Kayak
  • Paddle Board
Provincial Boat Launch
Jenetta Street – Beach Area 1
  • Motor
  • Personal Watercraft
  • Canoe, Kayak
  • Paddle Board
Sturgeon Point Marina
350 River Road East
  • Motor
  • Personal Watercraft
Wasaga Marine
1237 Mosley Street
  • Motor
  • Personal Watercraft
Schoonertown Parkette
Sunset Court
  • Canoe, Kayak
  • Paddle Board
Wasaga Sports Park
1888 Klondike Park Road
  • Canoe, Kayak
  • Paddle Board
Perfect Watercraft

Jet Ski

A popular summer pastime, jet skiing is great in the South Georgian Bay area. The varying conditions on the bay and the winding and sometime shallow parts of the river make the Jet Ski the perfect watercraft for your summer fun. Launch your own, or find rentals at Wasaga Waverunners.
Wasaga Waverunners
Jet Ski Rentals & Power Boat Tours
55 Mosley Street,
(705) 429-2520
Don't Forget Your Paddle

Paddle Sports

Dip your paddle into the historical waters of the Nottawasaga River where warriors, voyageurs, missionaries, soldiers and explorers once travelled. Or, you can explore the 14 km along the shoreline on a calm Georgian Bay day.
Free Spirit Tours
Rentals & More
1888 Klondike Park Road,
(705) 606-0867
Blue Wave Wasaga
Rentals & Sales
818 Mosely Street,
(705) 352-9283
Cast Your Line

Fishing

Wasaga Beach is home to some of the most epic shoreline and river fishing in the area. The picturesque Nottawasaga winds its way through the community and offers plenty of accessible spots to cast your line.
Some popular catch in the area includes rainbow, brown, and brook trout. Small and large mouth bass, musk, and pike are some other common catches during their respective run seasons.
For more in-depth information, visit Tourism Simcoe County’s Fishing Guide.
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Plan your visit

Are you visiting Wasaga Beach for the first time? Read on for some trip inspiration, and to learn more about some of Wasaga Beach’s local gems. Natural wonders, exciting adventures, and relaxing outings can all be found around town.